Check out the scene… the GreenScene

An interesting site that I stumbled upon this morning while looking for events and restaurants to check out this weekend – Boston GreenScene. The site has a team made up of about a half-dozen contributors ranging in passion and professions, all committed to the portal founded by editor-in-chief, Anneli Olila.

Boston GreenScene is a comprehensive resource for individuals and businesses looking to do business with others that share in their commitment to sustainable living and lifestyle choices. “The mission of Boston GreenScene is to connect, highlight, and amplify the organizations, businesses, and individuals who are working to build a sustainable present and future.”

The Live Green Locally™ site includes a Local Green Directory with a wide range of products and services, including everything from builders and architects to green jobs & training, and green gifts to retailers and restaurants. It also has a growing events calendar and contributed articles on  various eco-conscious topics including new initiatives, product reviews and other categories that run the gamut.

 On tap for this weekend in Boston – an all-day, free concert today (Saturday). The 16th Annual Radio 92.9 EarthFest is being held at the DCR Hatch Shell Main Stage with various concert times throughout the day. A celebration for the Earth featuring great music, family-friendly activities and a showcase of environmentally friendly products and non-profit organizations.

Check the site out, and the concert, if you’re in the neighborhood.

Posted by: Katie

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